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SparkyFlash says

That was hilarious! I remember learning it at school, that’s just basic math! I must admit the guy didn’t loose his temper all the way through the call. They should’ve pay him instead for teaching math:)

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SparkyFlash says

Thanks for your replies, guys! I will try SWF Encrypt 5.0. I know FlashDen doesn’t allow to encrypt the files as they do it themselves, but for all other purposes additional protection won’t hurt:)

Thank you, MBMedia for the advice. I will try it using your method.

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SparkyFlash says

Hey guys,

Could you recommend some good encryption software for encrypting Flash and code?

I have looked over the net and simply not sure which is best.

I would appreciate if you could share your opinion on this topic.

Thanks!

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SparkyFlash says

Whatever is wrong with you, Collis, get better!!! All the best wishes, warm chicken soup (in case you’ve got cold) and greetings from FlashDenners!:)

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SparkyFlash says

Very useful thread. I was just having the same problem when adding a child swf into the main movie. I read about the issue on one of the forums a while ago but completely forgot when needed it the most:)

Thanks for heads up on this important topic, MBMedia! You saved my remaining hair from being pulled off completely:)

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SparkyFlash says

That was just a humble suggestion:)

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SparkyFlash says

This is a great article – http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/articles/liquid_gui.html

Check this out, I think that’s what you are looking for.

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SparkyFlash says

You could contact the author of the file. I’m sure they would help you out.

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SparkyFlash says

Glad to hear:)

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SparkyFlash says

Perhaps you need to get the data as XMLList not as XML .

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